Graduate Application Deadlines

Application deadlines for Kean's graduate programs are approaching

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Graduate Application Deadlines
Visit the Nathan Weiss Graduate School webpage on the Kean University Website for admission information.
Khali Raymond, Staff Writer

Deadlines for graduate program applications are approaching, with the majority of programs due by Tuesday, Dec. 1. Students still have an ample amount of time to make preparations for the next phase of their educational journeys.

Applications are prepared online, with supplementary materials easily able to be submitted electronically, though students also have the option to send documents by mail. Placements tests are required depending on areas of study.

Students who register for nine credits or more are full-time students, with part-time students having eight credits or fewer. Many of Kean's programs accommodate part-time students.

The Nathan Weiss Graduate College offers a number of programs in a wide array of fields to help students of many interests move further in their careers and professions.

These programs range from master's degrees to doctorates and certificates, with hybrid and online options for many classes. Students will learn from and work with instructors that are renowned in their fields.

Below is a list of some programs with applications due on Dec. 1 for the Spring Term:

  • Accounting (M.S.)
  • Biotechnology Science (M.S.)
  • Communication Studies (M.A.)
  • Criminal Justice (M.A.)
  • Early Childhood Education (M.A.)
  • Fine Arts - Studio (M.A.)
  • Psychology - Psychological Services (M.A.)
  • Public Administration (M.P.A.)
  • Teaching English as a Second Language (Graduate Certificate)

The entire table of deadlines can be found here, along with information about the Nathan Weiss Graduate College. For questions or concerns, the Office of Graduate Admissions can be emailed at

about the author

Khali Raymond, Staff Writer


Khali Raymond is a senior majoring in English with a writing concentration. He attained his associate's in business administration from Berkeley College - Newark in 2019. In addition to his work as a staff writer, he is also a published author, spoken word artist, musician, activist and is the president of Kean Got Talent, a performing arts club on campus. Khali uses his creativity to overcome all adversity and impact the lives of those around him.